A typical visit to a chiropractor

A chiropractor studies your complete medical history, not just the current complaint. A physical examination follows, with a range of tests including movement and posture assessment, specific orthopaedic and neurological tests [if required].

Depending on your history and case, your chiropractic physician may ask for imaging, blood work or other evaluation. Your chiropractor will then discuss a course of care with you. The form of the care varies, with over 100 different hiropractic techniques in use worldwide.

While some involve manipulation [audible noise from the joints], some do not. Both approaches work—some people prefer a more obvious manipulation, others find they respond better to low force or techniques with no use of force.

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